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Morning Wrap: 7/25/12

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

State finance officials reveal they can’t account for billions of dollars in “special funds,” Apple’s growth is slowest in two years, someone stole the blue goose statue from Oakland’s Children’s Fairyland, more.

  • In a shocking revelation, state finance officials acknowledged that they have no system in place to account for $37 billion in “special funds” scattered throughout state government. Mercury News
  • Apple’s growth, while robust, was the slowest in two years for the quarter just ended as more customers gobbled up the least expensive flavors of iPhones and iPads. AP
  • Someone stole the blue goose statue from Oakland’s Children’s Fairyland. Oakland Tribune
  • Alameda County has approved a law requiring drug companies to pay for the cost of disposing unused portions of their products. Oakland Tribune
  • A mountain lion with cubs was spotted near the Greek Theatre at the edge of the UC Berkeley campus. Oakland Tribune

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